This Allan Morrow – Trance Vocal Adlibs & Piano Video Tutorial [1 hr 41 mins] will show you exactly how to make those “Oooohhh & Ahhhhhs” you hear in Trance. This video will also show you how to make a big piano to go along with your track and understanding how to make the piano and adlib vocals work together.
– How to manipulate audio files to fit with your own track.
– Applying EQ & FX to sounds.
– Harmonising your vocals with your pads & melody
– Creating a big piano and the effects used to do so.
– Understanding what sounds right and wrong.
– Testing other vocals to see what works best.
– Taking different routes to get the right sound & knowing when to delete a sound.
– Note position and composition for your piano to work alongside your melody.
& much, much more!
Allan Morrow – International Trance DJ/Producer. Tracks signed to labels such as Armada, Blackhole Recordings, Discover Records, Kearnage Recordings, Mental Asylum Records, Pure Trance, Outburst Records & Many more!
Yes, all the technique you will learn in this video you can implement into your own DAW.
The tutorial is done using only Logic Pro X plugins, LFO tool, Arts Acoustic Reverb (Any reverb can be used) & Samples but you can use any of your preferred plugins to re-create your own Piano & Vocal Adlibs.
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I loved this tutorial a lot. It really helps you creating a lot more drama in your breakdown but also in the drop as it expands your possibilities by trying these tips and techniques. I recommend this one to everyone really, well worth the money.
What I like about the tutorial is firstly the track sounds great, banging! I benefited from seeing how a pro lays out a full track, a full exposure revealing the many elements that all fit together to get "that sound". What I also got from this and not from general youtube vids is there are many little reveals about the process. Allan has a well trained set of ears, and seeing/ hearing why he makes the mixing decissions he does in real time is the biggest value I got out of the tutorial. As an after thought, I appreciate Allan's sales/ marketing, not over the top sales pitch like some others, just straight and helpful. Cheers AM, Neil.
This is the second purchase I've made from AM Studios, and this for sure won't be the last. I'm three sessions in, and already I've discovered some things that I wasn't doing entirely correctly, or totally new concepts I could integrate. Always looking to exoand my knowledge and for anyone who is out to do the same, I would highly recommend this course.
Wow!! In fact wow is a bit of understatement for this course. Its just huge. Every second of every sound found in a trance tune is covered is masterly detail. Right from the off diving into the kick and bass, multi layering mid bass and picking and mixing the sounds. The melody writing, pads and acid lines, the importance importance of choosing the right percussion and tips on how to identify the right sounds. Even a naughty session on tech trance drops. Teaching the fine art of Trance Tetris with the arrangement. Too man transition tips to even think about. A full on insight into the mixdown which is just jam packed with information. FX and EQ tips that in themselves are worth the money to a newbie like myself. I have watched this twice through already and it is the series that keeps on giving. The 2nd time round I picked up things that I missed 1st time around and have no doubt the 3rd watch will uncover more. Just incredible teachings from a true craftsman! After the 1st watch I had a roughly finished track. After the 2nd watch an even closer to finished project. Really cannot begin to recommend this to any serious about trance enough. This is not just a purchase! This is an investment in what I hope to be a very bright future in music production. Blown away big time. Nice one Allan Morrow
Really a very good video series that goes down to the smallest detail and of professional quality. No hesitation if you want to learn or perfect how to create trance.
Allan if you could inculcate sub-titles, because sometimes it's always obvious to understand for a non-English speaker